Its nuclear plant shut, Maine town full of regret
In a wooded area behind a camouflage-clad guard holding an assault rifle, dozens of hulking casks packed with radioactive waste rest on concrete pads - relics of the shuttered nuclear plant that once powered the region and made this fishing town feel rich.
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#1 Sep 18, 2013
119 TWh of electricity. That's 119,000,000 MWh. At 40+ USD per, that's about 5 billion bucks.
5 Billion US$. But then our fedgov is the little bitch of the oily interests.
And ray-dee-ayshun is eevel.
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